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THE MORI"G -OREGOXIAr, 5ATTKDAT, AUUUST SO, . 113.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
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ORPKrrv TRTIATER fYireaenra aatt TST-
lor) Vaudeville. This afternoon at Sils
and tonight at 8:16.
IMPRESS THEATER (Braadwav and Ttffl
hill) Vaudeville. Thla afternoon at 3:1
and tonlf ht at 7:10 and II
PINTiRRS THFATEH (H?M4r al.d A
der) Vaudeville. Tow afternoon at :1
and tonlgnt at 7:BO and 9.
I.TRIC THEATER (Fourth and Btark
Musical comedy. -A Klgbt Out." Tnla
afternoon at 2:15 and tonight at 0:t0 ta
MOPl.SJ STAR. AR?AT315. OH JOT.
TIVOLI AND CRTBTALr Flnt-rua Ple-
tures. 11 A. M. to 13 P. M.
COT.FMTITA THEATER C9!xta and Wuh
lnstoo) Contlnuoua tint-run pictures
from 11 i. M.
CLOBB THEATER (Eleventh and Waah-
Ingtoi) Contlnuoua first-run tnouoa
SCAJESTIC THEATER (Park and Wash
ington) Rlrst-run pictures. Tonight at
OAKS AMUSEMENT PARK Car from
Vint mnA a : f r RjvaJ Italian Band and
vauderuie. Allarnoona at 2;0; evenings
at a P. M.
RECRZATIOV PARK (Twenty-fourth and
Vaughn) Baseball. Portland Ta. OKt
. memo. This aXternooa at S:15.
OREGONIAX AT RESORTS.
For quickest delivery of Tha Ore
gonlan at Rummer resorts subscribe
through the following agents. City
rates. Subscriptions by mall are
payable in advance.
Bar View. Or K. F. Jackson
Bay City. Or. .......... .M. J. Miller
Bay Ocean. Or M. A. Salrler. Jr.
Brighton Beach. Or J. A. Baldwin)
Carson. Waah. . .Shepherd's Springs
Caaeadla, Or.....C M. Gelnendorfer
Garibaldi, Or. C F. Alexander
Lang Beach. Waah Frank: Hachfleld
Ifansanlta Beach. Or. Ksall G. Kartell
Xaheotta. Waah ...J. H. Brown
Newport. Or. . r. .'. .George Sylvester
Ocean Park. Waak...D. E. Beeehey
Rocknway Beach, Or ... Frank Miner
Rockaway Beach. Or... P. H. W'Uklns
at. Martina Springs, Waah...'....
airs. N. St. Mania
Sea aide. Or Clark Strattoa
Seavtew, Waah. .Constable Pntnnm
Tillamook. Or J. S, - -t
Wheeler, Or R. H. Cady
Wllholt. Or w. W. McLernn
Advertisements Intended for the City Sews
la Brief columna In Sunday's tasne most he
handrd la The Oregoalan boalness office by
g o'clock Saturday evening.
, Special Scndat Excursion, A. ape'
clal excursion to Gresham and the loca
tion of the new Beaver State automo
bile factory, on the Mount Hood Elec
tric, will leave First and Alder streets,
.1:30 P. M., Sunday, arriving at Port
land on return at 6:30. Fine quarter
acre home sites for factory employes
and excellent Investment property near
factory locations will be shown. The
excursion has been arranged by the
Umbdenstock & Larson Company.
Tickets are 25 cents, on sale only, at
2SS Oak street, near Fourth. Positively
no tickets sold on train. You may get
seats on train by 1 o'clock at First
and stark streets siding.
Mr. and Mrs. Slater Rsleaseo. On
bonds approved by Circuit Judge Glee
ton yesterday morning, Mr. and Mrs.. C
K. Slater, held at Heppner, Morrow
County, for the abduction of Mrs.
Bister's two children by a former mar
riage from their grandparents at lone.
Or were released from Jail. The chil
dren were born to Mrs. Slater, when
ebe was the wife of James Grabhill,
from whom she was divorced. Follow
ing the divorce he died, leaving ?12,000
in Insurance to his children. By the
divorce decree' Grabhill was given the
children and they were In the custody
or his parents when the alleged abduc
Pioneer op 1852 Burisd. C C Mo
Cracken died at bis home on Seneca
street August 26 at the age of 74 years.
He waa born In Iowa and crossed the
plains with an ox team with his par
ents in 1853. He enlisted and served
two years in the Army during the In
dian war of 1855-58. Fifty-four years
ago he married Miss T. E. Klmsey, and
Ave children were bora to them. His
widow and two children Charles and
Mrs. Llllle Olln. all of St. Johns, sur
vlve. He waa a member of the Meth
odist Church. The burial was at Dallas
' ScpiRvrsoR Km .vet Discharged. Q.
W. Kinney, road supervisor of district
9, centering around Qresham. was dis
charged yesterday morning by County
Commissioners Holman and Hart over
the protests of Commissioner Llghtner.
A petition bearing 150 names request
ing the retention of Mr. Kinney had
been nled with the Commissioners.
Commissioner Hart, who demanded Mr.
Kinney's discharge, gave Incompetency
as tne reason. r .
New Ticket Optics to Om. A new
. ticket office, for the United Railways
will be opened at 2491 Stark street after
Monday, for trains at Second and Stark.
No changes In the staff will - be
made. Additional waiting room
and more commodious quarters is
the chief result. The date of opening
tne new ticKet omce was announced
yesterday by Traffic Manager W. D.
East Thirteenth Tracks Relajo.
The Portland Railway. Light & Power
Company is relaying its double tracks
on East Thirteenth street In Sellwood.
Work was started at the Oolf Links
and the east side track is first being
relald to Leo avenue north a distance of
nearly one mile. The street will be
paved as soon as khe street railway
company-has completed the new double
Freight Omen does' Earlt. Local
freight offices will close this afternoon
at-X o'clock and will not reopen until
r Tuesday. September !. the day follow--.
Ing Labor day. Ordinarily on the Sat
urday preccedlng a holiday the offices
are neia open unm s ociock, but no
order to that effect has been Issued
Woodmen or the World Picnic, on
Council Crest. Labor day; every mem
ber expected to be there with his
family and friends. Big programme of
athletic sports starta at 1 P. M.; big
basket supper at 5 P. M-. and mammoth
class introduction at night.
Wiluci Wiuabd Sought. Mayor
Albee yesterday received a letter from
Miss Rebecca Slnnoe. of New .Orleans,
asking the whereabouts of Wallace
Wlllard. a young man who la thought
to be In Portland.
Shipxexts from the Eastern and
European markets of the very newest
In Fall millinery Is now being received
at Miss Hattgerty's new parlors at 401
and 402 Selling bldg. Miss Haggerty's
arrival Is expected dally.
Fraternal, Brotherhood Will Picnic.
The Fraternal Brotherhood will give
'an excursion and picnic to Multnomah
Falls tomorrow. The steamer Joseph
Kellogg, will leave the foot of Wash
ington street at A. M.
New Dreaxlaxd Hau.
Morrison St. at Second.
Mondat En, Sept. 1 (Labor Dat.)
Madame. I am always oa the job
to give you the best of ladles' tailoring.
Gurney. Mohawk bldg. a
' Mt Irvington Home must be sacri
ficed, will take lot for 21100 equity. T
rf 8. Oregonlan, '
Traveler Pranc- Joint picnic
T. P. A- and W. C T Crystal Lake
Park. Saturday. Aug. SO. Rain or shine.
lo CUAs delivered to all parts of
the city. Phone Washington Cream Co. (
Pacijst Chcech Neaks CoMrumw.
Work is progressing on the new
church of St. Philip Nerl at the south
side of Ladd's Addition, and it Is
planned to hold the first services In
the new church Sunday, September 7.
The Paullst Fathers will be in charge.
St. Philip Nerl's parish Includes all the
Italian Catholics on the East Side, and
also that section which was formerly
nart of St. Francis Church which
bounded br Hawthorne avenue on th
north and extends from the Willamette
River to East Thirtieth street. . A new
community of sisters have been invited
by Archbishop Christie, to enter the
diocese to teach in the new church
building and they will begin their
work September 15. The new church
will cost 118,000 when finished.
Lmrrs Wants Modern Library-. Ereo
.tlon of a branch library In Lenta and
the renaming of the streets will be un
dertaken by the Lenta commercla
Cluh. and a special meeting will be
called next week to take up these and
other matters. H. Rostad. the presi
dent, regards the library question lm
portant. A committee from the club
has been Investigating the library ques-
tlon. Including location and cost, and
will make a report. Attendance at the
reading-room Is cited to show the need
of a modern library. . In order to get
mall delivery It is proposed to name
the streets In Lents to conform to th
streets of Portland. With streets re
named and houses numbered, applies
tlon for mall delivery will be made.
TALOLT IS ROdPILI BuPKttrNTBNDBNT.
From the office of the County Com
missioners it waa announced yesterday
morning that George. Tally, formerly a
deputy under Sheriff Stevens, will be
superintendent of the Llnnton rock
pile. The guards will be F. W. Cook,
Paul Walsh. G. A. Durette and F. &
Shula, Under an agreement entered
Into Thursday the county has resumed
control of the quarry ana wilt Be
permitted to continue housing city
prisoners there. The city employes who
will lose their positions are: A. u. Ross,
superintendent: Frank Hart. John
Maher and Julius KnlspeL. g-uarda.
Shuts is the only one ot the city force
Lombard Pavement Nearlt React.
The contractor Is completing the pav.
Ing of Lombard street, from Wabash
to Patton avenue, on the Peninsula,
large force of men being at work. The
Improvement will be finished about the
middle of September. This win finish
up another link in the chain of hard-
surface pavements- on the Peninsula,
the other links to come being Lom
bard street, from Patton to Alblna
avenue and Alblna avenue to Killings-
worth. There will then be a continu
ous hard-surface street through the
center of the Peninsula to St. Johns.
and then In St- Johns to the Willamette
Contractors Must Hcrrt. Delay
In tha completion of excavations for
the north half ot Terwllllger boulevard.
occasioned the announcement yeater-
day by CHy Commissioner Brewster
that the contractors on the work,
Gieblsch & Joplln, either must rush
their work or give up their contract
It is said by Commissioner Brewster
that because of a small force; ex men
and insufficient number ot steam
shovels the contractors are moving
but 2000 yards of material a day. where
they should be moving 6000 yards. At
the present rate. It is said, the work
will not be finished before January -1.
AuDrroRiTrM Site Proposed. Members
of the -East Side Business Men's Club
yesterday presented to the City Com
mission arguments to show - why the
proposed new public auditorium should
be erected on the block bounded by
Grand avenue. Union avenue, Hassalo
and Holladay streets rather than on
the West Side. There Is no Immediate
possibility of the auditorium being
built, but the East Slders explained that
they merely desired to present the Com
mission with their views for considera
tion. The East Side site was declared
by the speakers at yesterday's meeting
to be the center of the city a popula
"East" Broadwat " Suooested." To
eliminate confusion In the use by the
city of the name Broadway, which ex
tends on both the East Side and the
West Side across the Broadway bridge.
City Commissioner Dleck yesterday rec
ommended to the City Commission that
the name of the street on the East
Side be changed officially to East
Brosdway. City officials have been
seeking a name for the street on the
East Side for some time past and prob
ably will adopt Mr. Dleck's recommen
Hardman Ftjnerai. Todat. City em
ployes yesterday raised a fund J or the
purchase of a large floral tribute for
the funeral of Lloyd Hardman, an em
ploye in the City Auditor's office, who
was drowned at the aea beach Wednes
day afternoon. The funeral Is to be
held this afternoon. H. E. Berdlck, Ray
Watklns, E. M. Kraut and E. W. Jones,
11 city employes, will act as pall
bearers. Mr. Hardman was employed
at the City Hall for about two years
prior to his death.
East Burnside Commttteei Meets.
Daniel Kern, chairman ot the committee
on the widening of East Burnside
street, appointed by the East Burnside
District Improvement Association, has
called a meeting lor tonight at 408
East Burnside street. Other members
are: J. B. Harrington, F. A. Dunham,
G. E. Welter and J. H. Page. At this
meeting It will be decided what action.
It any, will be taken toward widening
East Burnside street.
Catholic Picnic Arranged. The
Catholic Foresters of Cathedral Court
have made arrangements to entertain
their friends on Labor day at Crystal
Lake Park. Mllwaukle. A programme
ot sports has been prepared and there
will be dancing In the afternoon and
evening. All the other courts have
been Invited. Provisions have been
made for the comfort of all. The park
is within 30 minutes ride on the Mll
Old Ordinances Obliterated. More
than 200 old ordinances, resolutions
and other kinds of measures which
have been before the city government
for from 10 to 21 years were cast Into
oblivion yesterday by the City Commts
alon. Tea entire set of measures waa
grouped Into one resolution the adop
tlon of which terminated the measures
officially. The resolution placed all on
the files In the city vaults at the City
Dr. Benjamin Touno Returns. Dr.
Benjamin Young, pastor ot the First
Methodist Church, has returned from
his vacation trip and will occupy his
pulpit tomorrow. While on his trip he
visited Victoria and Vancouver, B. C,
Revelstoke and other Canadian cities
and passed some time in Idaho. During
his absence his pulptf was filled by
various prominent ministers from other
cities who visited in Portland.
Go to Crtstai. Lake Park, Mllwaukle,
on Labor day. The Cathollo Foresters
will be. there on that day. A good
time Is promised to all. Dancing,
bowling and other sports. Refresh
ments and lunch served. Admission,
10c: children under 12, free. Take Mil
waukie car First and Alder. All lines
All departments of the Public Li
brary will open In the new building.
Tenth and Yamhill, on Monday morn
ing. September 8. Departments will
close In the old building as follows:
Children's room. September 4; reference
room, September E; circulation and
periodical departments, September (.
Fine Property Vert Cheap.
For quick sale, part terms, all or part
ot Judge Gantenbein's former homestte.
105x270 feet, corner E. 67 th and Haw-
home, near car; sightly, fruit and
shrubbery; sewer and paved streets. Mrs.
Alice Sheeby, owner. Phone East 8.
Last Dat of the mechanical motion
pictures at People's Theater. This show
is completely and absolutely different
and better than the programme of Sun
day, Monday and Tuesday, and today Is
the last chanoa to see It, Bring the
59 SUE FOR LAUD
Governor, as Executive of
State, Made Defendant.
BREACH OF TRUST CHARGED
Complainants Want Land in . Coos
and Doufflaa Counties Taken
From Corporation and BoliT
"to Settlers aa Provided .
Oswald West, Gofernor, and A. M.
Crawofrd, Attorney-General of Oregon,
have been summoned to appear In the
United States District 'Court "at, Port
land September 16, ta answer a com
plaint in the suit of E. J. Barnes and
68 others against the Southern Oregon
Company and themselves as- officials
of the State of Oregon. "' '
The as 'complainants are people' who
desire that land granted by Congress
In 18S to the State of Oregon be dis
posed of according to the terms of the
The complaint sets . forth .that -state
officers are named as -defendants be
cause the State ef Oregon has been
nee-lla-ent In fulfilling a trust Imposed
by Congress, which made' the grant of
over 100,000 acres In Gooi and uojug-
Counties on condition tnat a mili
tary wagon road be constructed from
Coos Bay to Roaeburg.
It is Impossible to sue tne Btate or
Oregon, a political corporation, direct
ly, so T. 8. Mlnot, ot San Francisco,
who represents the . complainants.
named the Governor aa executive offi
cer, and the Attorney-General, as legal
representative, personal defendants In
the case. . -
The grant Included some of the best
timber and farming land In Oregon.
and was to be sold to actual settlers
In quarter-section traeta for not more
than sz.50 an acre.
The people to whom the State turned
over tha grant, now represented oy
the corporation known as the. Southern
Oregon - Company, did not build tne
road nor sell the land as provided in
the grant. ' '
The 61 complainants, aJI-ot whom
have tried to acquire the land accord
ing to the terms of the fcr&nV ask that
the Southern Oregon company oe com'
polled to quit claim the land, and that
an Injunction be issued against further
cutting or timoer. - .
ROAD , EMPLOYS ENGINEER
Ii. H. Campbell, Mdlwaukle,. Goes to
Portland, Oregon City Company.
L. H. Campbell, City Engineer for
Mllwaukle. has been engaged by , the
Portland A Oregon City Railway Com
pany, which proposes to construct an
electric line from Oregon City, to Port
land. Mr. CampSell has been in the
employ of Mllwaukle several years,
having supervised reconstruction of its
streets, and made the' estimates of Its
many improvements. Mr. Campbell la
familiar with the country between Mll
waukle and Oregon City, having made
several surveys for other lines years
ago. He said yesterday tnat no dtd not
know what part of the work will fall
to him, but assumed more' preliminary
lines will be surveyed about Mllwau
kle. Work la in progress on the right
of way south of Mllwaukle.
No franchise has yet Been secured
through Mllwaukle, but Mayor Elmer
said yesterday that there would be no
obstructions to a franchise as the town
will welcome the line, but that the
town will be safeguarded- -.
'RIVATE CONTRACT BARRED
AH Street Improvements Must Have
Sanction of Commissioner
The City Commission yesterday ap
plied the brakes to the- practice of
property-holders putting through alley
way -and street Improvements under
private contract without first securing
permit from the city and allowing
the city to supervise and Inspect the
work. Upon recommendation of Com
missioner Dleck no permit for private
Improvements will be made unless the
class of Improvement to be made is
acceptable by the city and the work Is
done under municipal supervision.
In the past many Improvements have
been made and later the city has taken
possession and has found the work. de.
fectlve. This has been true particu
larly In real estate additions. . .
RAILWAYS DONATE '$1000
J. If. Young Sends Check ' for Pa-
cif lc Livestock ' Exposition.
President Toung, of the North Bank
and affiliated lines of Oregon and
Washington, last night announced the
subscription of $1000 for the' Pacific
International Livestock Exposition.
This substantial help toward the ex
ploitation of the livestock industry in
this territory Is given on behalf of the
Spokane. Portland & Seattle, the North
ern Pacific and Great Northern rail
ways on an equal basis. With the an
nouncement of the subscription went
the voucher chock for this amount to
General Manager Plummer. '
President Young; assured ' the live
stock exposition authorities of his
hearty interest in the promotion of
the enterprise on a broad scale, and
So will you if you take
time to investigate
Home Office Corbett Bufldipg, Fifth and Morrison, Portland.
A-L. MILLS L. SAMUEL C. S. SAMUEL.
President General Manager Assistant Manager
Added confidence in -
a Guaranteed Certi
ficate of Title issued
by this company, is
due to the many years
, of accumulated ex-
perienceand the data ,
- arid records covering :
' a period of over 25
' years. ' Investigate."
' & Trust Company,
; ' 4th and Oak Streets ,
added that the system of railways rep
resented by him would do. all that was
possible -to help make the exposition
next December . a great success.-
AGITATORS TChLEAVE CITY
Sentences "Win fie Suspended J U
Permit of Departure of Three.
Avaunt Tom Burns, John Randolph,
CATX Peterson and " other ,' W. W,
agitators, who are now. facing roekplle
sentences. ' The City Commission yes
terday ' accepted a recommendation of
City Attorney La Roche that 'the-men
be released" on suspended sentences
on condition that they leave the city
Immediately. The . three mentioned
have agreed to leave at -fence and others
who are facing jail terms probably will
follow suit. .
Peterson and Randolph, who- were
leaders In the recent L W. W. troubles
have promised to take to the sea as
soon as possible and Burns says he will
go to some other city to take up his
business of watchmaking.
BANK JWEN WILL GO EAST
Chinook Salmon Will Be Served at'
'Institute of Banking; Banquet.
Representatives of the Portland
banks, who are to attend the American
Institute of Banking at Richmond, Va
September 16-19. will leave next week,
taking with them plenty. of material
for . advertising Portland. . In their
store of "ammunition" will' be many
official pamphlets of the city and state
and 600 cans of the Royal Chinook
salmon; which - will be served at
banquet during the convention.
. Members of the Portland delegation
are: T. H. West, of Ladd & Til ton; E.
F. Sims, of the United States National,
and Roy H. B. Nelson, of the North
western National. . -.
DREAMS OF WAR UPSET
Shipment . of 500,000 , Shells to
Guardsmen Is for Target Practice.
Mexican war talk, coupled with the
receipt by the Oregon National Guard
yesterday of 600,000 rounda of ammuni
tion direct from the War Department
arsenals, caused a lively stir In Na
tional Guard circles, until the real
purpose of the shipment of ammunition
Not until National Guard officers ex
plained that the ammunition la an an
nual shipment for use in rifle practice
at the rifle range next Summer did
the mental pictures of Mexican service
flit from the minds of the Guardsmen,
who heard of tha arrival of the shells
at the Armory. .
. , MORE PE0PLE
Are lunching at Watson's Five Balti
more Dairy lunch rooms than in any
other place In Portland. - Why? Be
cause they are so well pleased that
they become steady patrons and Jrlng
others. Absolutely sanitary; pure food,
quick service and lust what you want,
always prevent a change of lunch
places. Once a Baltimore Dairy Lunch.
always a Baltimore Dairy Lunch. '
Dairy Lunch Is something ' to be re
membered. Pies, sandwiches, cakes.
meats, salads and fruits at low prices
with quick service, everything spot
lessly clean, form a combination that
has developed Watson's business from
one small place to five, that are known
the entire .length of the Coast. .. Just
try a lunch In one of them, . " '
LUNCH WOMAN'S EXCHANGE
Chicken fricassee, bannana fritters,
beef pie," creamed asparagus. Russian
salad.. apple pie, -bannana Ice cream, etc.
166 -6th St. - .'
' Astoria, Teamster Drowned.'"
v' ASTORIA. Or., Aug. 29. (Special.)
The body of James N, Payne was found
in the river opposite the Astoria Iron
Works this morning. The man la sup
posed to have , been ' accidentally
drowned last Saturday night, as that
was the last time he was - seen alive.
He was about 45 years old, a native
of New York, and had" resided here
Convention of Columbia Highway Association, nidinff Club Cross-Conntry Run, Contests at Gear.
hart Band Concerts, Contests
for several years,' being employed the
greater portion of the time as a
" LARGE BOND FILED,
A 6100,000 appeal bond from the Ore
gon & California Railroad Company to
the Government In connection with Its
suit to reclaim many thousands ' of
acres of valuable timber and agricul
tursj land was filed yesterday In the
United States District Court. The bond
was furnished by the Jas. McL Wood A
Company, general Insurance agency,
agents for the National Surety Com
pany, of New York.
- Intersection to Be Pared.
The Intersection of Broadway and
Larrabee streets whloh Is in poor con
dition is to be paved at once by order
of the City Commission. Tne work will
cost about 6900.
Coranrbla 'University' Opens Sept. B
Classes will e resumed aO Co-
HSU -4fi ST.
P&ones: Pacific, Marshall 1
Veal and Lamb
This' Year's Stock Supe
rior Quality Select a
Leg Roast of Lamb
Rack Roast of Lamb
Loin Roast of Lamb :
Shoulder Roast of Lamb (
' Breast Roast of Lamb J'
. 'Milk Fed -or
a -. ,
Fancy Roll-Roast of Veal
French Rib Roast of Veal
Loin, Leg, Breast Roast of
There is a saving in the
price a gain in the quality.
These MEAT SPECIALS
will be displayed and plainly
price-marked at market
Waahlagtoa Street, Caraer Twelfth,
RATES 51, OR $1.50 WITH
BATH PRIVILEGE, AND $1.50
CR $2 WITH PRIVATE BATH.
Saaae Rate far l2li Roosa.
CHARLES B. ROWLEY, Mgr.
Mala COS I. - A east.
INVITE TOUR INQUIRIES FOR '
- SUNDAY GRAND CONCERT , ;
. " At Seaside by Coast Artillery Band, -40 Pieces
Ideal Labor Day Outing
V 5 'W'e'ek-end trip ticket to Seaside or
. Gearhart gives extra day . at sea
. ' Bhore. Return on Monday evening.
9 o'clock Every Morning.
Evening Express, 6:30.
Office, 5th and Stark; Station, 11th and Eoyt. ;
Marshall 920. A 6671. -
and Informal Programme of Sports
lumbla tTMversity, University Park.
September . Several new members
have been added to the faculty. Rev.
Father Maher. C. S. C will have charge
of the work In English, and Rev. Father
0Donnell will assist In the Latin and
history classes. Rev. Father Joseph Gal
lagher, the .president, is arranging for
the work of the year.
Three Divorces Granted.
Circuit Judge Gatens yesterday al
lowed Mary Lamm a - divorce from
' X - TTTTtTTT TTn
' SCHOOLS ANT COIXEGKS.
, - v
Marlborough Schopl far Grb Orer Fwrrteca
SCS TTaat tSd fttreet. Lm Aareles. Call
form lm. teth Tear ODcna Sep
Orrr-OF-DOOB8 STUDY Gymnasium,
Tennis, etc CERTIFICATE admits
WITHOUT EXAMINATION to 'Waltea
lay. Vaaaar, lit. HoUroka, Smith. Berke
ley and Stanford.
FRESHMAN AND SOPHOMORS) COI
LEGE WORK; special course! In LIT
ERATURE. HISTORY OF ART, ETC.
DOMESTIC SCIENCE CLASSES. Lrkt
1TED TO S EACH. Work Iri prettily
furnished family kitchen and dlalas
roora Sewing, millinery, ate.
MUSIC DEPARTMENT In chain of
MR. WALDO F. CHASE.
MRS. OEO. A CASWELL, KTSS
GRACE? WILTSHIRE, B. L, Prtnerpala.
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Secretary Marlborough School.
Twenty-firth ,Veu Opens September 1&
umce iours juiy ana August
to IX Dally. -
Wita feovs anil arirla for Eastern and
Western colleges. Well equipped lab
oratorlea In Chemlstrv and Physics. A
Gymnasium in charge of a skilled
director. Field and Track Athletics.
The Academy Includes a primary and
srrammar -school which receives bora
and girls as young aa six. and does the
wore: ot tne graaes in seven years.
Emphasis on essentials. Physical train
ing and free play in Gymnasium and
All departments In charge of thor
oughly qualified and experienced teach
ers, iatajogue on application.
Thirteenth and Montgomery.
Portland, Oregon. '
A splendid hoarding and day
school for young men and boys.
High school and college courses.
Grammar grades taught to boys
over eleven years.
School Opens September 9.
Rev. Jeseph Gallagher.
C. f, C
' University of Oregon
Fall term opana September 22. 1913.
Coarse of tbreo yemra, leadioe to degree of
LL. B. and embracing; 2u branches of the
la, including moot court and debate work.
Candldatea prepared especially for admission
to bar. Faculty of sevanteen instructors. Lo
cated In heart of city. Adjacent to courta
For catalogue giving entrance, requirements
and full Information address T Walter Oil
lard. Secretary, tU Central Bldg.. Fort Land.
A Select Non-Sectarian Boarding sad Day School
(or Boys. Military Discipline- Small Classes: Men
Teachers. Careful atmerrisioa secures results that
era not attained eJse-whete. Send for catalog.
PORTLAND, OR C G O N
fot Girls. C&fstt octet br tfec SiTtni 6f THE HOLY
DAMES OF JtSOS AND MARY. G. JltdU mmd
C11ts Cmrtn. Mwc Art. EkKSUM Ukd Corner
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Jmielkcnal Tnimirrf . Write for Ammonceacnt. Atitlroa
MI STEM tVPl MOIL L kft'i jtcmtUm. -tUmd
at Seaside Labor Day.
George 8. Lamm on grounds of deser-
tlon Minerva Kuegel from Frederick
A. Kennel for failure to provide, and
Lena Opheim from Andrew A Ophelm
for desertion. All three women, were
given the custody of their children. '
P. It.' "WATSOT RESTAURANT.
108 Fifth St.. Perkins Hotel Block.
Rural districts tn renmark show leas,
than 1-30 of 1 per eent Illiteracy. In tha ,
United States the corresponding figure is
10 per cent. - l
Y. M. C. A.
DAT A Nil WIGHT
snee.ooe E nr-WENT
6 HEX Ti-LACKERS
Day Schools Open Sept 2, 1913
Assaying (oourse) . .. .
Automobile (course). ..
. . si-e
Business letter Writing!
Business w . . .
Kngllsh (foreign men..
Eng. Literature (oourse)
Geometry . ....
Pharmaoy (course )....
Plan Reading and Cost
Plumbing (shop practice)
Reinforced Concrete Con
Show Card Writing....
Surveying and Mapping
Tele, and Dispatching..
Course (Day Schools)
Commercial g SO.OO
Electrical Engineering... 50.00
Wireless Telegraphy SO.OO
Telegraphy and Train
College Preparatory 40.00
Boys' Elementary 25.00
General Day ScLool 30.00
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Similar schools Beattle. Tacoma,
Spokane. Los Ansrelea. San Fran
cisco and Oakland.
Hotne aa4 D17 School for Girls. AcxretLOed to oollrrea
Ease eto4 West. Gnounr snsl Primary DevtimcnCi.
roar new baildlsrs. EneaMie croond. Ovt-of-door
rarfr. redritdori, pbjticxl traiainr. Iceplnr torch.
DotK3rtssntrr.ce. Fjil tmn opens Vtntmbrt t. DHscmrtl
ywkot irifonnaTicm. PnfrnL MARY I. LOCKEV. A. B.
WASHINGTON AND TENTH BT.
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PrrpareB for college or technical school-
Next term opens Aug. 2$. 1912. For cat-
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